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This Season

Richard III By William Shakespeare Directed by Stephanie Buck

Performance dates: July 28, 29, 30, 31, August 4, 5, 6, 7

Twelfth Night By William Shakespeare Directed by Nancy Kammer

Performance dates: July 30, 31, August 2, 3, 6, 7

Education

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Award-winning director and Water Works veteran, Frannie Shepherd-Bates returns as Education Director for KidsAct! and Water Works Youth Ensemble. Register today! >

 

Support

There are many ways to support Water Works Theatre Company. You can advertise in our program, volunteer your time or expertise, become a sponsor or make a financial donation. It all ensures that this community jewel continues. Find out how you can help >

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About

Learn more about Water Works Theatre Company: our beginnings, our passion and our future. Tell me the story >

 

FAQs

Have questions about your Shakespeare Royal Oak experience? We have the answers. Get the FAQs >

 

Shakespeare Royal Oak 2016

Coming soon – more info on performances of

Richard III By William Shakespeare Directed by Stephanie Buck

Performance dates: July 28, 29, 30, 31, August 4, 5, 6, 7

Twelfth Night By William Shakespeare Directed by Nancy Kammer

Performance dates: July 30, 31, August 2, 3, 6, 7

KidsAct!

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It’s time to start thinking about summer, and that means KidsAct!

This six-day learning experience for students entering grades 1-8 offers instruction in Shakespeare, stage combat, dance, and comedic improvisation from highly qualified, professional teaching artists. Students will have the opportunity to perform in an hour-long showcase to be presented for friends and family in Starr Jaycee Park.

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Water Works Youth Ensemble

WWYE logo finalNow entering its sixth year with a new name, Water Works Youth Ensemble, our extraordinary high school-age outdoor experience, is taking on a new challenge. Last year, our high school students auditioned for, performed, and produced a full-fledged production of Romeo and Juliet in the Park – and this year we’re going to do the same, but WITH more rehearsal time for an even more invigorating performance. This year’s play will be The Tempest.

Under the direction of Frannie Shepherd-Bates, (with assistance from selected professional coaches), the high school-aged ensemble will work together during an intensive nine-day rehearsal process culminating in three live performances of The Tempest on our Shakespeare in the Park stage.

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